LDEF (Postflight), S0001 : Space Debris Impact Experiment, Tray E11 The postflight photograph was taken in the SAEF II at KSC prior to experiment removal from the LDEF. The originally white paint dot on clamp blocks at the left end of the lower tray flange and at the center of the upper and right tray flanges have changed slightly to an off-white color. The pink and the greenish-gray tints on the two (2) debris panels are by-product of the chromic anodize coating process and not attributed to contamination and/or exposure to the space environment. The vertical streaks observed on the debris panels in the flight photograph are no longer visible since the blue sky reflection is not present. Debris from other experiments, significantly degraded during the mission, are visible on the lower experiment tray sidewall at its intersection with the lower edge of the debris panels. Other experiment debris, visible as dark specks, can be seen at the intersection of the debris panel outer edges and the tray sidewalls. The light band along the sides and across the bottom of the panels is caused by light reflecting from the tray sidewalls.